Though people would always say we should be content with how we look because it is a God-given gift, there is nothing wrong with enhancing our features. It is each person’s right to do something in order to feel good about themselves.
Feeling good about ourselves will reflect on our outputs and enhance our personalities. Hence, undergoing cosmetic surgeries is not only for our physical advantage, but is also for our mental health and our whole well-being.
People get cosmetic surgery for many reasons. Some want to look younger or just better. Others want to modify a feature they’ve never liked. The decision is personal. One of the solutions is to make realistic expectations.
Frankly, cosmetic surgery won’t change your life. It will not solve personal problems or make you look like another person.
But it may boost your self-confidence and add to your sense of well-being. Successful results often depend on how great you and your surgeon communicate. You need to make sure you feel comfortable with your surgeon and that you are open with them about your goals and questions.
These surgeries once may have been just for the rich and famous, but not anymore.
COSMETIC SURGERY: WHAT IS IT?
Cosmetic surgery is a unique discipline of medicine focused on improving how you look through surgical and medical methods. Cosmetic surgery can be done on all areas of the head, neck, and body, and is only optional since it is only for aesthetic purposes.
WHY DO PEOPLE WANT COSMETIC SURGERY?
Many people have real and valid reasons for seeking cosmetic surgery. They’ve thought it over cautiously. They are doing it to have greater self-esteem, they understand the risks of the procedure they’re considering, and are doing it for themselves.
Other people, however, are doing it to try to satisfy another person — often their partners or spouses– and their hopes go way beyond what the procedure can do.
In order to make sure if you really want to undergo those surgeries, you first need to ask yourself some questions such as “What is my motivation? Am I doing it for someone else, or for myself?”, “What do I want to modify and why?”, “How long have you yearned to do this?” and others. Your mind must be 100% set before doing it in order for you to avoid future regrets and disappointments.
AMERICAN BOARD CERTIFICATION
Board certification is one of the many measures in determining a surgeon’s qualifications. It is necessary to ask your doctor about his or her credentials and study them very well.
Each certifying board has various requirements and procedures for a physician’s education and experience in different fields. Inspect your doctor’s board certification and professional society affiliation(s) and call the board or society to find out what are the requirements for membership.
The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery is the only certifying board exam devoted to examining a surgeon’s skill in cosmetic surgery of the face and body. It is an independent board that inspects and verifies physicians in general, facial and dermatological cosmetic surgery.
Masri Clinic’s Haitham Masri, MD is Michigan’s first Board Certified in Otolaryngology, Board Certified Facial Plastic Surgeon, and in Sleep Medicine. Furthermore, he is the first in the nation to be Board Certified in all three of these specialties.
Truly, trustworthy and excellent is an understatement if you are to describe Dr. Masri and the whole clinic. They are the most professionally equipped beauty experts in Birmingham. Achieve your self-enhancement goals by booking an appointment with them today.